JGB Live at Quixotes True Blue on 2010-08-26
Melvin Seal and JGB
Aug 26, 2010
Quixote'S True Blue
Total Time = 145:40
Source: DPA4022 -> Littlebox
Gain (~+14) -> Edirol09HR (24/96)
(Line in) (Recd Level = 40)
Location: FOB, DFC on dance floor.
~18 feet from monitors.
Recorded by Patrick H.
Transfer: Edirol R09HR (24/96) wav ->
USB cable -> PC
Editing: Wavelab plugins -> Flac(16)
MD5's and SBE checked and verified.
Disc 1 Set 1+2 (71:39)
01 Road Runner 9:03
02 They Love Each Other 14:18
03 I shall be released 12:52
04 Tough Mama 12:30
05 Dear Prudence 12:52
06 Deal 10:00
Disc 2 Set 3 (73:58)
01 Shinning Star 20:18
02 Tore Up 10:42
03 Rueben and Cherise 11:55
04 That Lucky Old Sun 9:35
05 Promised land 4:03
06 After Midnight -> 7:03
07 Eleanor Rigby 5:31
08 After Midnight 4:51
Attended and recorded 2 set of Melvin
Seals and Stu Allen in JGB. This was
2 70+ minutes sets. Second set was a
Recorded with DPA4022/Little Box Preamp
on Dance floor FOB, DFC.~18 feet from
monitors. The Sound at the Venue was
good. Crowd can be heard between songs
and on softer tunes. Recording sound is
good to very good. Estimate half sold out.
Sound Quality: A-
Collection JGBBand/Artist JGBVenue Quixotes True BlueLocation Denver, COSource DPA4022 -> Littlebox Gain (~+14) -> Edirol09HR (24/96) (Line in) (Recd Level = 40)Lineage Edirol R09HR (24/96) wav -> USB cable -> PC-> Wavelab plugins -> Flac(16)Taped by Patrick H.Transferred by Patrick H.
September 3, 2010
Great work, as always!
Thanks for reliable great recordings, Patrick, and this one is no exception. Colorado loves Melvin's JGB, and you've helped them keep coming back. This show ROCKS!
September 1, 2010
First JGB show, shocked at how good it was
This band is so TIGHT! This was the most professional post-Jerry Dead incarnation I have ever seen. Melvin's new organ debuted this night, what a BEAST! He has a pedal for a smoke machine, and the back of the organ has a light display depicting two roses. He would burst smoke from his organ and make the lights go crazy - all with a big smirk on his face. Stu Allen (guitar) was quite impressive, incredible vocals and man could he ROCK out! The bass player blew my mind, so talented - the next night he hopped in with Dead Phish to play Funky Bitch and Casey Jones (after teasing Funky Bitch in the first set of JGB). The drummer was fantastic, placing little accents here and there and just GROOVING! The gospel singers were note perfect, and I loved when they got big smiles on their faces during the jams. What a great night!